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New York / Prison Break / The Prison / A Discussion (Part II) #1085858

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 01, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former corrections official Jeff Dumas, former corrections officer Keith Provost & former New York corrections deputy inspector general Patrick Dunleavy about changing security at the New York prison from which Richard Matt & David Sweat escaped. [DUNLEAVY - talks about prison oversight; explains the qualifications/balance needed for a corrections officer.] [PROVOST - says officers have been complaining about conditions for years; explains what happens on night shift at the prison.] [DUMAS - comments on the changes.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Dannemora: Gary Tuchman) The last day of Matt's life in upstate New York not far from the road reviewed; scenes shown of & from inside the abandoned dilapidated trailer where he hid. [Lives nearby, Jon CHODAT@- speculates about Matt's actions.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary

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